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Snapshot : Achievements of CRC-REP



Snapshot : Achievements of CRC-REP


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The CRC-REP delivered significant economic and social benefits to remote Australia. It developed a unique collaborative research program to systematically investigate and provide practical responses to the complex social, economic, health and education issues that affect economic participation, particularly with respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living in remote areas. INTRODUCTION Photo: Dan Couttsa CRC-REPs education program has resulted in the graduation of 36 STUDENTS to date, with ALL HONOURS STUDENTS completed with First Class Honours degrees The estimated cost savings for government through more accurate allocation of funding is at least $62.7 MILLION annually CRC for Remote Economic Participation Investing in People To improve the education and training pathways in remote areas so that people have better opportunities to participate in the range of economies that exist. Climate Change Adaptation and Energy Futures Remote Education Systems Carbon Economies in Remote Australia Plant Business Precision Pastoral Management Tools Enduring Community Value from Mining Interplay Between Health, Wellbeing, Education and Employment Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Economies Population Mobility and Labour Markets Pathways to Employment Aboriginal Cultural Enterprise Enterprise Development To build new enterprises and strengthen existing industries that provide jobs, livelihoods and incomes in remote areas. Regional Economies To develop new ways to build resilience and strengthen regional communities and economies across remote Australia.Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Tourism Product CRC-REP used a whole-of-system approach to deliver solutions to the economic challenges that affect remote Australia